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Red 060: search and find your e-service

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Acronym of the case:

red060

Web address of the case:

Country of the case:

Spain

Posting Date:

24 March 2009

Last Edited Date:

14 April 2009

Author:

Claudio Pérez-Olea (Ministerio de Administraciones Públicas)
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Editor's Choice 2009

Type of initiative

  • Network-imgNetwork

Case Abstract

As an evolution from the previous web initiative (ciudadano.es), Red 060 is a multichannel initiative consisting in a website (www.060.es), a network of offices (more than 1.600 in March 2009), and a telephone number.


The website www.060.es is the national portal for citizens and enterprises of Spain. A large number of online services is available regardless of the Public Administration responsible for it, so a citizen can apply for online services without having to know previously if it is from a local, regional or national Administration.


The 060 offices provide local, regional or national Administration services from a catalogue reflecting the agreements signed between the different Administrations in each spanish region, and are normally located in Town Councils, who provide the service.


The phone number 060 offers a 24h voice portal about common procedures and personalized information from 9 to 21 h Monday to Friday and from 9 to 14 h on Saturdays.

Description of the case

Sector
Start date - End date
May 2006 (Ongoing)
Date operational
June 2006
Target Users
Business (SME) | Citizen
Target Users Description

All citizens and businesses from Spain

Scope
National
Status
Operation
Language(s)
Spanish
Other
catalan, basque, galician

Policy Context and Legal Framework

Spanish Law 11/2007 guarantees the right to spanish citizens to interact by electronic means with the spanish Public Administration from January 1st 2010. 060 is the strategy for a national portal which is assisted by a phone numer and a network of offices in order to assist the citizen that has no access to electronic services.

Project Size and Implementation

Type of initiative
Inclusive services of general interest
Overall Implementation approach
Public administration
Technology choice
Proprietary technology | Mainly (or only) open standards | Accessibility-compliant (minimum WAI AA)
Funding source
Public funding national
Project size
Implementation: €1,000,000-5,000,000
Yearly cost:
€1,000,000-5,000,000

Implementation and Management Approach

060 telephone and www.060.es web are provided by the Central Government


060 offices are offered by the Administrations that have signed agreements in this sense.

Technology solution

For the intranet (060 offices) and internet (www.060.es) solution:


- Ximetrix CMS


For the 060 phone number


- Collab OneContact VoiceIP PBX

Impact, innovation and results

Impact

Use of the different channels is extensive and satisfactory, even although the 060 phone has clearly saturation on peak hours.


Website was visited by more than 3.000.000 users in 2008, and hosts access to more than 1.200 online-services of different administrations.


060 phone number attended almost 2.000.000 calls in 2008, more than 50% of them were attendend by the voice portal.


No statistics are held from the 060 offices, since this is a distributed service. However, a statistical track of the service will be implemented in a near future.


The citizens appreciate the non-bureaucrat format and approach of the initiative, although the services provided have not been redesigned to make them more friendly.


The 060 initiative has been promoted by three different communication campaings, and this has lead to an extensive knowledge of the 060 image, although some more consolidation on what the network is for is wished.

Lessons learnt

- Need of dedicated channel responsibles in order to promote coordination to get the most from the multichannel strategy


- Cross-selling: each channel should provide accurate information and promote (when needed) access to the other channels in order to let the citizen know about the different channels.


- Demanding interchange of information, in order to keep the network resources accurate and up-to-date, mainly because web provide services change rapidly and without notice.

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